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Full Stack PHP Developer - Cambridge

Full Stack PHP Developer - Cambridge

Job Title: Full Stack PHP Developer - Cambridge
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Cambridge
Industry:
Salary: £40k - 45k per year + benefits & stock options
Reference: 0184
Contact Name: Charlotte Zappia
Job Published: October 30, 2018 16:34

Job Description

We are currently recruiting a Full Stack PHP Developer for our client based in North Cambridge.

The successful candidate will need to hold a minimum of 2 years commercial experience and be a confident and forward-thinking developer. You will be working within a small yet fast paced development team, who work collaboratively together to achieve great results.

The business themselves are a just past the start-up stage and are now ramping up with a fast growing customer base. Previous experience working in a fast-paced environment will definitely benefit you in the role.

Essential requirements:

-        Computer Science degree or equivalent having ideally gained a minimum of 2:1.

-        PHP coding experience

-        An understanding or previous commercial experience of working to Agile development methodologies.

-        Database experience with either MySQL or Redis.

-        Working knowledge of Git

-        Front End experience (HTML, CSS & JavaScript)

Salary wise we are offering up to £45,000 basic, depending on experience. In addition to this a benefits package including 25 days holiday, Pension, share options and free parking is on offer.

If you are interested in applying for this role, please email charlotte@socode.co.uk

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